A Yale political scientist joins us to talk about esoteric writing and how to understand its relation to politics.
The benefits of not cancelling Jesse Jackson.
The New Yorker’s fawning avoids the denunciations and hand-wringing that we’ve come to expect when other bigots are profiled.
Princeton University halted an art installation featuring, among other pieces, the work of two Jewish soldiers who had served in the Confederate army.
The fear of being forever canceled and shamed is more apparent than the fear of betraying oneself.
The real threats to American Jewry lie elsewhere.
Absent God, we live in a world where the shameless flourish.
An unabashedly Jewish comedian who won over audiences of all faiths.
It’s a cop-out to explain away a novel’s improprieties on the grounds that they are of another age.
Liberal groups have the most to fear from cancel culture.